Lidoerm Patch

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Lidoerm Patch what is this?


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Verwon Says:

Lidoderm Patches are a very mild, topical pain reliever. Sometimes used for muscle aches, it contains a 5% solution of Lidocaine.

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can you safely use out of date lidoderm patches?

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